Systematic review data extraction: cross-sectional study showed that experience did not increase accuracy.

  title={Systematic review data extraction: cross-sectional study showed that experience did not increase accuracy.},
  author={Jennifer Horton and Ben W Vandermeer and Lisa Hartling and Lisa Tjosvold and Terry P Klassen and Nina Buscemi},
  journal={Journal of clinical epidemiology},
  volume={63 3},
OBJECTIVE This study assessed the impact of systematic review and data extraction experience on the accuracy and efficiency of data extraction in systematic reviews. STUDY DESIGN AND SETTING We conducted a prospective cross-sectional study from October to December 2006. Participants were classified as having minimal, moderate, or substantial experience in systematic reviews and data extraction. Three studies on insomnia treatment were extracted. Our primary outcome was the accuracy of data… CONTINUE READING
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